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StatisticsQ&A LibraryA friend of yours claims to be psychic. You are skeptical. To test this you take a stack of 100 playing cards and have your friend try to identify teh suit (heart, diamonds, clubs, or spades), without looking, of course! a. State the null hypothesis for your experiment. b. State the alternative hypothesisQuestion

A friend of yours claims to be psychic. You are skeptical. To test this you take a stack of 100 playing cards and have your friend try to identify teh suit (heart, diamonds, clubs, or spades), without looking, of course!

a. State the null hypothesis for your experiment.

b. State the alternative hypothesis

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